Diogene Habiyakare of Kavumu, Rwanda, hangs his maize harvest to dry in a storage space near his home. Photo by Evariste Bagambiki. Photo courtesy of the One Acre Fund blog.
One Acre Fund supplies smallholder farmers with the tools and financing they need to grow their way out of hunger and poverty. Working with farmers in Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania, One Acre Fund provides a complete market bundle of seeds, fertilizer, training and market support on credit – and delivers these services within walking distance of the 180,000 farmers they serve.
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